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FOX
Mar 22, 2011 6:00pm PDT
hopes the -- u.s. officials say two american pilots ejected safely and are now in u.s. hands. >>> a moderately strong earthquake hit north eastern japan a short time ago. it measured 6.0 but there are no reports right now of damage or injuries. that is in the same area as the nuclear power plant. workers there today hooked up power lines to all six of the plant's reactor units but they still need to check all the equipment for damage before they can start the crucial cooling system and that could take days or even weeks. >>> close to 600 americans are back on u.s. soil tonight after fleeing in uncertainty in japan. >> the u.s. state department charters a commercial plane to bring back people to the u.s. and travis air force base was their first stop. most of the passengers were women and children and most of them told us they were more concerned about the damage nuclear plants than the aftermath of the earthquake and tsunami. >> i'm glad. i'm very happy, excited, to see my family and just more relaxed. the unknown of radiation or what was going on, it's scary. >> reporter: th
FOX
Mar 23, 2011 6:00pm PDT
president obama outline america's goals in libya. a senior u.s. defense official said u.s. war planes are responsible for more than 90% of coalition bombing runs overnight. secretary of state hillary clinton says the quickest way for the libyan leader moammar gadhafi to end this is to step down. >>> california voters seem to prefer senator diane finestein over barbara boxer. exclusive new field poll finds 48% approve of senator finestein's job performance compared with 42% for senator boxer. 40% also disapprove of senator boxer's work in washington. >>> california's cup runeth over. >>> after years of drought the reservoirs are full. perhaps too full. i'm consumer editor with the state of reservoirs stil ahead. >>> why people are being kicked out at a rate of 20,000 every day. >>> students, teachers and parents rallied in san francisco today against budget cuts. the group marched from the san francisco community school to the excel center post office where they delivered letters to elected officials demanding full funding for public education. monroe elementary school and denman middl
FOX
Mar 19, 2011 6:00pm PDT
developing news tonight outside outside of chicago severe turbulence has forced a u.s. airways flight from san francisco to philadelphia to make an un scheduled landing there. a chicago t.v. station says two people onboard flight 658 are being checked for head injuries after that plane encountered severe turbulence. we are working to get more details for you. we will bring you the very latest on this situation tonight on the 10:00 news. >> a soggy clean up is underway in santa ros after a small tornado destroyed a building at a landscaping building yesterday. the tornado with winds as high as 110 miles per hour struck just before 9:15 yesterday morning. witnesses say the tornado dissipated quickly but not before sending debris over several blocks along pacific area and king street. meteorologists say california averages six tornadoes a year. >>> chp has been very busy today with a number of weather related accidents, including an overturned car in santa clara. four members of a south bay family were on their way to the movie this is afternoon when the driver lost control on the 101 off-ram
FOX
Mar 15, 2011 6:00pm PDT
there's a very low probability of harmful radiation levels in the u.s. still ktvu sal castaneda is live where people are taking precautions. what are they doing? >> reporter: as the news worsens about the japanese nuclear disaster, more people are showing up at medical centers like this and at pharmacies asking what they can do if anything to protect themselves from radioactive fallout should it reach the west coast. potassium iodine supplements have suddenly become scarce and manufactures say they are having trouble keeping up with demand. the supplement is said to protect the thyroid gland from iodine, which may have been released from one of japan's damaged nuclear reactors. >> everyone thinks i'm a nut bag. >> u.s. surgeon general said we do not need to worry about nuclear fallout. surgeon general said people didn't need to do anything different yet. if anything changes, the public will be notified immediately. >> we work through cbc and our office of preparedness, so we would be on top of it and get the word out to your local and state health departments. you'd have it right awa
FOX
Mar 11, 2011 6:00pm PST
is heartbroken by the images of the devastation in japan. he promised u.s. assistance to help the nation recover and rebuild. president obama also said one u.s. carrier is already in japan and another is on its way from syngapore to provide aid. another u.s. ship is now on its way to the marianas island in the pacific. at latest check there was no damage to marianas or in guam. >> fema is fully activated and is coordinating with state and local officials to support these regions as necessary. let me just stress that if people are told to evacuate, do as you are told. >> the the coast guard says it is positioning crews along the west coast to conduct damage survey missions as needed. >>> back here in the bay area many people want to help those affected by the massive quake. john sasaki has how the bay area is helping out. >> reporter: right here at the sycamore congregation is already getting ready to help out. there's a massive explosion at the complex after the earthquake. there video shows how huge the explosion was. the woman we met was very upset over that incident. >> i was trying to get co
FOX
Mar 26, 2011 6:00pm PDT
weeks ago bombed that town. u.s. president obama says the mission is succeeding. >> we are succeeding in our missions. moammar gadhafi's forces are no longer it will moving across libya. >> reporter: president obama will address the u.s. about their involvement in the war. >>> trying to get water to northern japan for drinking and cooling the troubled nuclear reactor. the u.s. navy has shipped barges containing half a million gallons of fresh water and the air force has flown 500 tonnes of water to sendei. at the plant levels of iodine in the sea water now measure 1200 times higher than safety limits. but officials say it will be so dill outed it is not a threat to marine life. >>> the rain didn't deter some little fundraisers. the difference they say this run today will make in their education. >>> plus our storm watch continues. why repair efforts are on hold tonight along this stretch of coastal highway. [ music ] . >>> now you can wake up to complete bay area news coverage seven days a week. ktvu, channel 2 news is now on saturday and sunday with mike mibach and tony wong. . >>> a
FOX
Mar 9, 2011 6:00pm PST
is undertaken. when we did the math, the levels may be several times higher than u.s. regulations allow. >> reporter: one company announced it switched from recycled paper packaging. more u.s. research needs to be done. european officials say any risk from these packages appears to be small. reporting live, john fowler, ktvu channel 2 news. >>> leaders released a plan for dealing with alzheimer's that is expected to double among californias. the action plan charged a 10 year course with recommendations to prepare the state for the crisis. top of the list, urging people to come forward and be diagnosed. >>> the space shuttle made its final landing today. >> to the ship that led the way. >> it touched down this morning in florida ending its career in space. discovery logged 148 million miles in orgt during 39 nights. >>> the morning commute would be effected by rain? >> yeah. this thursday event, looks less than big and more than small. let's go outside. slight showers in the forecast. here is the system. rolls in here tomorrow around 8:00. that gets you showers on the morning commute. pa
FOX
Mar 21, 2011 6:00pm PDT
website, ktvu.com, and click on the bonds trial tab. >>> more u.s. air strikes against libya. tripoli has come under a new attack on international air strikes now in their third night. rebels are trying to take advantage and going on the offensive to moammar gadhafi. president obama says he has to go but that's not the goal of these current attacks. >>> the u.s. has filed 150 cruise missiles. this is video from the navy of nighttime operations on an am figurous ship. this-- amphibious ship. the military is calling this operation "odyssey dawn." >>> four "new york times" journalists are now free. they crossed the border in tunisia today. they had been detained by forces loyal to moammar gadhafi. >>> operators say it should only be about a day to bring the fukushiima dai-ichi under reactor. smoke rose from two of the units, causing workers to evacuate. japanese are urging calm as they continue to investigate. >>> for the most part, tsunami survivors appear to be getting the bay civics. food, water and medical attention. most are keeping warm an code -- and keeping warm in in emergency shel
FOX
Mar 24, 2011 6:00pm PDT
learned how the raids are affecting the neighborhood. officers and u.s. secret service agents raided this building. the sight was under surveillance for 11 months. during which under cover officers went in to buy fake social security cards and driver's license. >> if you had the money, they didn't care what purpose you had for buying these identification documents. >> reporter: a special agent told ktv us, the operation was pretty sophisticated. >> we had one buyer who told the seller that he had come from india to canada then to the united states and that he needed papers for here. >> reporter: investigators also seized camera equipment and money from dori studio. it specializes in glamour shots. but makes most of its money from taking pass port pictures. >> if anybody comes in here, who wants or needs a photograph taken, you know it's not our job to go what they're doing with their pictures. >> reporter: five of the ten people arrested are set for trial next week. in san francisco county court they face felony charges including forgery and a sale of false documents. reporting live
FOX
Mar 14, 2011 6:00pm PDT
of the plants lost their cooling system in the earthquake and tsunami last friday. a travel warning today for u.s. citizens, not to go to japan unless absolutely necessary. flights have resume in japan. 1200 american citizens are in the northeastern part of the country. >> in the bay area, the red cross and san francisco leaders are coordinating fund raising efforts for earthquake and tsunami victims in japan. they have met with a representative from the japanese consulate who told them there is an immediate need. the red cross say the best way to help is donating money. >> the best way to help is to provide a donation so we could purchase the supplies on the ground in japan. >> the red cross says an easy way to donate is text red cross to 90999 and that will donate $10 to that relief fund. a crew arrived in tokyo late saturday night. ktvu's janet is live via skype where it is 10:00 a.m. in the morning there. what is it like in tokyo and is there a sense in tokyo that country is ipcrisis? >> reporter: absolutely. as soon as we touched down on sunday, one day ahead here, it was everywhere. you saw
FOX
Mar 1, 2011 6:00pm PST
of not guilty today in a court in san francisco. u.s. district judge susan illston today said prosecutors can call other proathletes to testify. and that bonds former mistress, may be asked about his steroids use. >> the bonds lawyers say if you introduce that, we're going to introduce her nude photos from playboy. >> that accusation is false and it's very inflammatory. there's a will the of people who rightfully have strong feelings about domestic violence. >> reporter: greg anderson the former trainer has served a year in jail for refusing to testify. >> this isn't about barry bonds this is about a prosecution that is in our belief out of control. >> reporter: and as one of the final motions today, defense attorneys asked the court to set aside a half dozen seats at the trial for barry bonds friends and family. reporting live in san francisco, david stevenson, ktvu channel 2 news. >>> police arrested a 17-year- old in berkeley today for bringing a loaded gun to school. the principal add berkeley technology academy called police after getting a tip about a weapon on campus. police told us th
FOX
Mar 5, 2011 6:00pm PST
include, continental, british airways, korean air and air franc. no major u.s. carriers have been charged. >>> the international community tonight is calling for an immediate end to the killings on on the ivory force. after the disputed president's forces opened fire on protesters, killing at least six. this is amateur video. watch how the machine -- the image changes. gunfire can be heard. the u.n. says at least 365 people have been killed since the november presidential election. the u.n. says the winner was lawrence but his opponent has refused to concede power. >>> in libya there were clashes and claims of victory by both sides in that country acivil war -- country's civil war. the rebels are claiming success in another village. an overnight explosion at an overnight camp in benghazi is blamed for at least 17 days. so far the rebellion has lased -- has been going on for days. opposition is not satisfied with the pledge of him not to run for ereelection in 2013 or his pledge to not install his son and his -- as sis successor. >>> and in spain, austin taylor bice from san diego has not
FOX
Mar 16, 2011 6:00pm PDT
and especially in light of what is happening in japan. >> the u.s. has 104 operating actors, 62 licenses have been renewed, zero have been denied. the power plant is prepared for the next big one. >> we have sensitive censors around the plant, and if the censors felt that there was enough ground shaking motion, then the plant would shut down in seconds. >> reporter: pg&e says it works with the usgs and that is why the new fault line was discovered in the first place. ktvu channel 2 news. >>> even with the crisis taking center stage the people of japan are still trying to grasp the magnitude of the earthquake and tsunami. hundreds of national and international rescue teams continue to look for the more than 8,000 people who are still missing and tonight their efforts are hampered by freezing temperatures and snow. the official death toll now stands at more than 4300. japan's emperor gave a speech today telling people not to lose hope. this is the first time an emperor addressed his people on television. >>> airport officials say any seats are in high demand out of japan. lauren is one of the p
FOX
Mar 17, 2011 6:00pm PDT
was totally normal. >> reporter: and sfo spokesperson told us an hour ago that u.s. customs officials reported no unusual radiation levels among airport arrivals today. officials say they have several ways to monitor radiation exposures that may not be apparent to travelers. >>> the first emergency charter flight has left japan. it is carrying less than 100 state department personnel and their family members. a second flight left japan about seven hours ago. >>> japanese crews are using helicopter, fire trucks and water cannons in a last ditch effort to keep atomic fuel cool as a japanese power plant where three reactors face partial melt downs. three cools pools containing nuclear fuel are of most concern. it's hoped that outside electrical power can be restored been the last few hours to power automatic water pumps. >> i'm blown out of the water, i never thought this would happen. i don't think a lot of my friends would think it was going to happen. i would love their thoughts if they are alive. >> this is the fuel pool. >> reporter: keoyoto once worked as part of an inspection crew. he now
FOX
Mar 30, 2011 6:00pm PDT
. it was paid for by a grant from the u.s. justice department. starting april 1st, the ad will run in 13 south bay and central coast theaters for 12 weeks. the task force says it hopes it will raise awareness and encourage people to call police if they suspect if the someone is a victim. >>> update now on a story we first brought you last night. we showed you some run-down apartments owned by a landlord who oakland city leaders say is one of the worst in the bay area. tonight, that landlord is defending herself. it's a story you'll only see on 2. agreed to sit down and why the landlord says she's the victim. >> reporter: she says her tenants, even the city of oakland itself is out to get her. she didn't answer her calls when we tried to reach her yesterday, but after she saw our first report, she wanted to give her side of the story. why haven't you cleaned up these properties yet? >> i've been doing that since 2001. >> reporter: that's not what a judge decided when she demanded action. attorneys say she's neglected her four buildings for more than 10 years. >> reporter: they say you've allowe
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